#great-britain

Uber hikes prices by 150 percent on day one of London's tube strike
Londoners scramble to find alternative routes home in gridlocked Black Friday traffic
It's Black Friday, the weather's miserable, so of course today's the day we're also slapped with a tube strike.
Crucial doubles win books Great Britain's place in Davis Cup quarter-finals
Great Britain continued their excellent recent Davis Cup record by overcoming a poor start to defeat the Czech Republic and reach the quarter-finals.
Great Britain fight back to seal place in Davis Cup quarter-finals
Great Britain overcame a difficult start to defeat the Czech Republic and book their place in the Davis Cup quarter-finals.
Travel firms scramble to rearrange holidays amid new Covid measures
Tour operators are scrambling to rearrange Swiss skiing holidays after the country joined Spain in tightening travel restrictions amid rising concerns about the spread of the new Omicron Covid variant.
Boris Johnson bridge to Northern Ireland would cost over 300bn, review finds
Boris Johnson' s proposed bridge or tunnel to Northern Ireland could cost over £300bn and should not be built, a government review has found.
British pies to be banned from EU unless from Brussels-approved farms
Pies made in Britain will be banned from export to the EU if their ingredients do not come from an "approved" farm or factory, trade experts have warned MPs.
Child and five women among 31 migrants dead after boat sinks in English Channel
The English Channel suffered its worst-ever migrant tragedy on Wednesday after a packed inflatable dinghy sank with the loss of at least 31 lives.
Four arrested after at least 31 migrants die in capsizing
PARIS - At least 31 migrants bound for Britain died Wednesday when their boat sank in the English Channel, in what France's interior minister called the biggest tragedy involving migrants on the dangerous crossing to date.
Four arrested after at least 31 migrants die in capsizing
PARIS - At least 31 migrants bound for Britain died Wednesday when their boat sank in the English Channel, in what France's interior minister called the biggest tragedy involving migrants on the dangerous crossing to date.
UK should be neutral in a poll on Irish unification, says shadow minister
A British government should remain neutral on the question of a united Ireland in the event of a border poll, the shadow Northern Ireland secretary has said.